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Publisher: Adeline / Activision
ESRB Rating: Teen (13+)
B+ from PC Games
Fight Your Way Through Time. Or You're History
A deadly virus has invaded the military's top secret super computer. Its
catastrophic time-warping effects now threaten to overtake the computer systems
of the world.
As Stanley, you're an ordinary technologist who gets an extraordinary
assignment: singlehandedly preserve your country's national security. An evil
spy has inserted a nasty computer virus into the top military training
supercomputer, which prima rily simulates combat conditions. The virus causes
the system to go berzerk, simulating the great war eras of human history, right
down to the clubs and swords. Dozens of enemies and big bosses at the end of
each level deliver plenty of pummelling on St anley's unprotected body. You
must fight through time -- prehistory, Rome, ancient Japan, medieval, age of
the Conquistadors, wild West, modern wars and the future -- before finally
confronting the virus itself, at the heart of the military computer.
If your cannot restore core memory in time, the growing virus will cause the
world's collapse. You must journey through the corridors of history to stop
this technological demon. But vicious warriors await with lethal purpose.
Instinct will be your only ally. All-out combat, your only choice.
9 Worlds. 20 Levels.
Battle through nine action-packed
time eras: Prehistoric, Roman, Feudal Japan, Medieval, Conquistador, Western,
Modern Wars, The Future, and the Ultimate Showdown against the virus
45 Deadly Weapons.
Master dozens of lethal weapons -
from Prehistoric clubs to Wild West guns to futuristic lasers.
Over 80 Fierce Enemies.
Defeat more than 80 real-time
polygonal 3-D enemies from past and future battlefields.
Journey through stunning realms
as characters are seamlessly integrated with gorgeous prerendered
Experience Extra 3-D Motion
technology's real-time roving camera perspectives, 3-D animated sequences and a
dramatic CD-audio soundtrack.
Action & Adventure.
Experience the adrenaline of a
fighting game and the total immersion of an adventure game.
From the director of "Alone in the Dark,"
IBM PC-compatible computer, 8 MB RAM, Double-speed CD-ROM drive (300K/second
sustained transfer rate, 10 MB of uncompressed hard disk space, 256 color VGA
320x200 graphics (SVGA 640x480 with a VESA local bus or PCI video card
recommended), 100% Sound Blaster 16 compatible sound card.
For MS-DOS: Microsoft MS-DOS 6.22 operating system, 486DX2/66 MHz processor.
For Windows 95: 100% Windows 95 compatible computer system (including
compatible 32 bit drivers for CD-ROM drive, video card, sound card and input
devices), Microsoft Windows 95 operating system, Pentium processor.
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